MOUNT VERNON -- Motorists using Coshocton Avenue have undoubtedly been glad to see the project is almost finished.
MOUNT VERNON -- Princesses, ghouls, honey bees and more descended on Columbia Elementary school Thursday evening for a Trick-or-Read event.
HOWARD -- Tonight the Danville Blue Devils and the East Knox Bulldogs will clash in the annual Devil-Dog game, but on Thursday both teams heard nonviolence messages that had nothing to do with football.
The battle of Perryville was a baptism by fire for the 121st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, part of which came from Knox County.
MOUNT VERNON -- Despite information received by many Knox County residents this week through a telephone call from the Republican National Committee, the Knox County Board of Elections is not open today for early voting purposes.
UTICA -- It took a quarter for Centerburg to get warmed up, but once it did, the Trojans'engine ran the best it has all season.
FREDERICKTOWN -- The Fredericktown Freddies ended their 2012 football season on a sour note, dropping a close contest to the playoff-bound Loudonville Redbirds, 21-14, at home on Friday.
NEW ALBANY -- The Mount Vernon football team can look back on a year filled with several talented players being unveiled and many enjoyable victories.
RICHWOOD -- Highland played its worst offensive game of the season in its last game of the season on Friday, and was shutout by undefeated North Union, 29-0.
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